Skip to comments.George W. Bush's Decision Points
Posted on 10/21/2010 2:21:57 PM PDT by CaroleL
Former President George W. Bush has just released a new video that previews his soon to be released presidential memoir Decision Points. "I wanted to give readers a glimpse of the presidency from my perspective," says Mr. Bush. "That meant focusing on the most demanding and important part of the job: making decisions." What the former president calls his "untraditional approach" includes personal decisions, political decisions and those he made once he became president.
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‘Decision Points is set to be released on November 9, 2010.”
Whether it’s good or not, whether I like it or not, I’m glad the book will be released a week AFTER the elections.
Personally, I want to hear what he has to say, but there is no need to have it mixed into this election cycle.
“I wanted to give readers a glimpse of the presidency from my perspective,”
Good Lord, we lived it and the result was a Democratic Congress and President....wonderful. Yes he was great on some things but I know what they are.
And I will be buying it.....a couple of weeks ago I told a friend I would be voting for Bristol Palin on DWTS...she said “you haven’t seen her yet, so how do you know you’ll vote for her?” I replied that every book that comes out written by a conservative/Republican, I buy it just to piss off the NYSlimes when they become #1 on the best seller list....LOL Just my thing I guess. That being said, I guess I’ll have to buy any book by Juan Williams about his public screwing by NPR.....just to po the powers that be!
In this modern age, being pissed off at a President 50% of the time, is par for the course. It’s better than being PO’d all of the time as with the Usurper.
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